Notice of Intent to Mine
Notice is hereby given that a mining operation being conducted by: Brownlee
Legal location of the mine: 33-120-74 NW 1/4
General location of the mine: Four miles South of Hoven, SD
Material to be mined: Gravel
The operation is to begin by 10-15-2013 and will be completed to include final reclamation, by 10-15-2017.
Proposed future use of the affected land: final reclamation will consist of regrading, replacing topsoil, and reseeding to allow the area to be returned to cropland.
Additional information about the operation may be obtained from either Steve Smith, Potter County Highway Dept., 600 N East St., Gettysburg, SD 24110, 605-769-1011 or the SD Dept. of Environment and Natural Resources, Minerals and Mining Program, 523 E. Capitol Ave, Pierre, SD 57501-3182, phone (605)773-4201.
Published twice at the total approximate cost of $19.10
POTTER COUNTY BOARD OF
OCTOBER 1, 2013
The regular meeting was called to order by Chairman Maroney at 8:00 A.M. in the Commissioners Room at the Courthouse. Commissioners present: Worth, Arbach and Williams. Absent Shellito.
Moved by Arbach, seconded by Williams to approve the September 3, 2013 minutes as read. All voted aye. Motion carried.
States Attorney Smith met to discuss the completion of the conditions in transferring the bridge located at Simon Dam.
BILL OF SALE/
QUIT CLAIM DEED
Moved by Worth, seconded by Arbach to authorize Chairman Maroney to sign the Bill of Sale and Quit Claim Deed to transfer all interest in the following-described real estate in the County Potter, in the State of South Dakota:
The bridge located on the Northwest Quarter (NW1/4) of Section 32, Township 120 North, Range 74, West of the 5th P.M., Potter County, South Dakota.
All present voted aye. Motion carried.
Supt. Smith met to discuss the progress of the final mowing of the ditches and the graveling of the roads. A report was given on the amount of spraying that was done for mosquito protection throughout the county. West River Invasive Weed control is spraying salt cedar along the river from the high water mark down to the water. The Corp will reimburse the County for this spraying.
Moved by Williams, seconded by Worth to consolidate with Gettysburg City and Lebanon Town for Consolidated Boards of Equalization for the 2014 tax year. All voted aye. Motion carried.
The Register of Deeds and the Auditor’s Account with the Treasurer reports were reviewed. Moved by Williams, seconded by Worth to approve the above reports. All voted aye. Motion carried. Auditor’s Account with the Treasurer as follows:
AUDITORS ACCOUNT WITH THE
TREASURER AS OF 9/30/13
Cash Items $1,088.50
Great Western Checking 37,230.42
Plains Commerce Checking
Great Western Fund Investments
Plains Commerce Bank 300,000.00
Great Western Bank 200,000.00
Checks on Hand 15,675.19
TOTAL CASH BALANCE
Total Assets in Custody of County as of 9/30/13
County Amount $1,467,946.28
Amounts Held For Other Gov
Amounts Held For Others 3,551.35
TOTAL ASSETS $1,608,667.47
Moved by Arbach, seconded by Worth to adjourn into Executive Session to discuss personnel. All voted aye. Motion carried.
Moved by Worth, seconded by Arbach to adjourn from Executive Session. All voted aye. Motion carried.
Moved by Worth, seconded by Arbach to add the following addendum to the Highway Policy Manual. All voted aye. Motion carried.
“Any highway employee receiving a ticket for a traffic violation when working for the highway department shall be responsible for all criminal and civil fines incurred.”
Moved by Williams, seconded by Arbach to approve the claims and authorize the Auditor to issue warrants for the same. All voted aye. Motion carried.
PAYROLL BY DEPTS: Comm. $2,345.80; Aud. 4,039.46; Treas.4,556.86; States Attorney 3,660.32; Jan. 870.00; DOE 4,134.58; ROD 3,501.03; VA 638.02; Sheriff 7,502.86; Library 3,827.85; Ext. 916.50; Weed 279.24; R&B 21,342.50; FEMA 553.86.
SDRS $5,607.36; WELLMARK 44,980.38. AFLAC 873.46; GREAT WESTERN BANK 6,529.03; DEERBORN LIFE 208.14.
4 SEASONS/JERRED RENTALS $400.00 RENT, A & B BUSINESS, INC. 1100.57 SUPPLIES & MATERIALS, GECRB/AMAZON 755.21 SUPPLIES & MATERIALS, AUNT KAKE’S BAKERY 10.80 SUPPLIES, B & R TRUCK REPAIR 147.43 REPAIRS/MAINT., BEST WESTERN RAMKOTA HOTEL 385.00 TRAVEL & CONFERENCE, BOOK SYSTEMS INC 525.00 COMPUTER & SOFTWARE,
BRUCE WILLIAMS 174.26 TRAVEL & CONFERENCE, BUTLER MACHINERY CO. 1,246.72 REPAIRS/MAINT., CEDAR SHORE RESORT 156.00 TRAVEL & CONFERENCE, CENTURY LINK 82.00 UTILITIES, CHERYL SAUTNER 143.45 TRAVEL & CONFERENCE, CITY OF GETTYSBURG 16.30 UTILITIES, CITY OF GETTYSBURG 286.15 UTILITIES,
CONNECTING POINT COMPUTER CNTR 89.00 SUPPLIES & MATERIALS, CRA PAYMENT CENTER 290.15 REPAIRS/MAINT., DAKOTA 2000 405.00 REPAIRS & MAINTENANCE, DAKOTA SUPPLY 628.24 SUPPLIES, DCFS USA, LLC 4,902.81 SUPPLIES/REPAIRS, DEAN MARONEY 20.86 TRAVEL & CONFERENCE,
DEAN’S REPAIR 55.95 REPAIRS & MAINTENANCE, DELVIN WORTH 166.50 TRAVEL & CONFERENCE, DON FROST 625.00 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AND FEES, GETTYSBURG COLLISION CENTER 209.80 REPAIRS, GREAT WESTERN TIRE, INC. 1,031.42 SUPPLIES, HARLEN SHAW 158.20 TRAVEL AND CONFERENCE,
HEARTLAND WASTE MANAGEMENT, INC 71.20 UTILITIES, HEARTLAND WASTE MANAGEMENT, IN 50.00 UTILITIES, FALYN HOGG 96.75 TRAVEL & CONFERENCE, HOLZWARTH SALES 273.50 SUPPLIES, HOVEN COOP SERVICE 234.95 TRAVEL & CONF., HOVEN MEDIA, INC. 187.52 SUPPLIES,
HOWARD JOHNSON 372.00 TRAVEL AND CONFERENCE, JEANIE LAGAN 220.71 TRAVEL AND CONFERENCE, JOE ARBACH 490.00 RENT & UTILITIES, JOHN DEERE FINANCIAL 8,995.50 RENTALS, KIM SIEDSCHLAG 174.40 TRAVEL & CONFERENCE, LAMB MOTOR CO. INC. 39.20 REPAIRS/MAINT., MONTANA DAKOTA UTILITIES 143.38 UTILITIES,
MICROFILM IMAGING SYSTEMS, INC. 150.00 RENTALS, MIDWAY PARTS 10.00 REPAIRS/MAINT., MONTANA DAKOTA UTILITIES 184.24 UTILITIES, NADA USED CAR GUIDE 99.00 SUPPLIES, NEW CREATIONS 83.82 SUPPLIES, NEWMAN TRAFFIC SIGNS 65.39 SUPPLIES, NORTH CENTRAL FARMERS ELEVATOR 2,695.81 TRAVEL & CONF.,
POTTER COUNTY TREASURER 147.44 SUPPLIES, R&K MECHANICAL 365.70 REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE, RADISSON HOTEL BISMARCK 226.62 TRAVEL & CONFERENCE, RDJ SPECIALTIES, INC 431.06 LEPC, RDO EQUIPMENT CO. – AG 165.17 REPAIRS/MAINT., RED RIVER GRAIN COMPANY 799.65 SUPPLIES & MATERIALS, REGISTER OF DEEDS 60.00 SUPPLIES & MATERIALS,
SARAH LARSON 328.00 COURT APPOINTED ATTORNEY, SCHLACHTER LUMBER 27.49 SUPPLIES, SERVALL 33.62 SUPPLIES, SERVALL UNIFORM & LINEN SUPPLY 146.72 SUPPLIES, SHAWNA SHAW 17.51 TRAVEL & CONFERENCE, CRAIG SMITH 985.47 RENTAL & SUPPLIES, ST MARYS HEALTHCARE CNTR 490.16 MENTALLY ILL,
SUPER 8 SPEARFISH 416.94 TRAVEL AND CONFERENCE, TRUE VALUE HARDWARE 65.87 SUPPLIES, The BURG 755.62 TRAVEL & CONF., VAN DIEST SUPPLY COMPANY 1,066.50 MOSQUITO SUPPLIES, VENTURE COMMUNICATIONS IN 155.17 UTILITIES,
VENTURE COMMUNICATIONS 773.02 UTILITIES, VENTURE COMMUNICATIONS 44.50 UTILITIES, VERIZON WIRELESS 299.72 UTILITIES, VILAS 36.79 SUPPLIES, VILAS PHARMACIES 11.49 SUPPLIES, US BANK VOYAGER FLEET SYS INC 589.95 SUPPLIES & MAINTENANCE,
WALWORTH CO. SHERIFF’S DEPT. 1,650.00 JAIL PROFESSIONAL SERVICES, WEST RIVER INVASIVE WEE CONTRO 17,342.00 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES & FEES, WESTERN COMMUNICATIONS, INC 100.00 UTILITIES, WILLIAM ARBACH 457.90 TRAVEL & CONFERENCE, ZEE MEDICAL SERVICE 71.25 SUPPLIES.
The General Fund Surplus Analysis was reviewed. The fund balance unassigned percentage is 8.12%.
2014 ANNUAL BUDGET
Commissioner Arbach presented the following resolution and moved for its adoption.
WHEREAS, (7-21-5 thru 12), SDCL provides that the Board of County Commissioners shall each year prepare a Provisional Budget of all contemplated expenditures and revenues of the County and all its institutions and agencies for such fiscal year and,
WHEREAS, the Board of County Commissioners did prepare a Provisional Budget and cause same to be published by law, and
WHEREAS, due and legal notice has been given to the meeting of the Board of County Commissioners for the consideration of such Provisional Budget and all changes, elimination’s and additions have been made thereto.
NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, That such provisional budget as amended and all its purposes, schedules, appropriations, amounts, estimates and all matters therein set forth, SHALL BE APPROVED AND ADOPTED AS ANNUAL BUDGET OF THE APPROPRIATION AND EXPENDITURES FOR POTTER County, South Dakota and all its institutions and agencies for calendar year beginning January 1, 2014 and ending December 31, 2014 and the same is hereby approved and adopted by the Board of County Commissioners of Potter County, South Dakota, this 1st day of October, 2013. The Annual Budget so adopted is available for public inspection during normal business hours at the office of the county auditor Potter County, South Dakota. The accompanying taxes are levied by Potter County for the year January 1, 2014 through December 31, 2014.
Commissioner Williams seconded the foregoing resolution. Roll call vote “Aye”: Worth, Arbach, Williams and Maroney, Absent: Shellito. Resolution declared adopted.
General County Purposes: 1,659,666 3.203 $’s/1000; Secondary Road: 286,226 .624 $’s/1000; Fire Protection 66,512 .134 $’s/1000. Total Taxes Levied by County 2,012,404. 3.961 $’s/1000.
Moved by Williams, seconded by Maroney to adjourn. All voted aye. Motion carried.
DEAN MARONEY, CHAIRMAN
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
KAREN S. DOERR
Published once at the total approximate cost of $106.07
September 9, 2013
Monthly town board meeting was called to order by President Jim McRoberts at 8:05 pm. Present were board members Kilian, Lower, McRoberts, Simon, and Trudo. Also present were Jan Oaks, Steve Smith, and Hazel McRoberts.
By a motion of Kilian, second by Lower, minutes from the August 5, 2013 meeting were read and approved with 1 correction. Motion passed.
By a motion of Kilian, second by Lower, bill were approve for payments as follows. Motion passed.
Bills Payable Liquor Account: Jan Oaks (August Wages) $1,182.90; Hazel McRoberts (August Wages) 673.11; Linda McRoberts (August Wages) 776.92; Hageman’s Food Fair 15.99; Lebanon Bar (Petty Cash-Schwan’s bill) 25.88; Northwest Beverage, Inc. 1,304.45; Johnson Bros. 268.17;
Jerome Beverage Inc. 216.40; Hettinger-Mobridge Candy and Tobacco 960.08; Dakota Tom’s 278.88; Hazel McRoberts (Cleaning Supplies) 15.58; Mid-Dakota Water 68.60; Servall Uniform and Linen Supply 18.44; Venture Communications 63.09; MDU 242.86; Reuer Sanitation 64.48; SD Dept. of Revenue and Regulations 367.91.
Bills Payable General Account: Ron Simon (Elected Officials Workshop) $120.00; Dan Trudo (Reimburse parts) 73.53; Robert D. Dutt (Maintenance) 166.23; 941 Quarterly Tax payment 2,654.28; EMC Inc. Co (Annual Policy-Quarterly payment) 2,521.73;
Rachelle Griese (August Wages) 300.31; SD Dept. Unemployment Ins. Division 90.48; NCFE (Fuel) 22.31; South Dakota Lottery (Annual License Fee) 100.00; Lebanon American Legion 18.50; Ace Hardware (Repairs/Maintenance) 45.48; MDU 526.82; Venture Communications 55.58.
Bills Payable Sewer Account: MDU (Sewer Lift) $83.08.
Bar Business: Monthly Round Up will be on Friday the 27th of September at 7:30 pm. Inventory will be taken at 5 pm on Tuesday the 1st of October.
Old Business: Ron had quotes on tires for the truck. Board agreed to purchase the tires if they are in good condition by a motion of Kilian, second by Lower. Motion passed. Ron will check the quality of the tires in Aberdeen. If they are good quality he will purchase 2 steering and 4 drivers for the truck.
New Business: The first reading of budget appropriation for 2014 were gone over. The second reading and approval will be at the October 7th meeting.
With there being no further business to discuss, meeting was adjourned at 9:14 pm by a motion of Simon, second by Kilian. Motion passed.
Next monthly meeting will be held on November 4, 2013 at 7 pm.
Finance Officer/Town of Lebanon
Published once at the total approximate cost of $26.65
A ground breaking ceremony for the new high school was held at the Gettysburg School Gym on Thursday, Oct. 3. The high school band played while members of the community, school staff, and students were on hand to hear presentations from representatives of the school board, administrative staff, architects, contractors, and student council before the actual ground breaking was done on the lawn outside of the gym where the new construction will soon get underway. The cold, windy, rainy weather prohibited the students from being outside for the event, but the rest of the crew yielded their shovels with a warm enthusiasm. Pictured from left are school principal Wendy Smith, school board member Kimberly Schweiss, Sharpe Enterprises owner Gerrick McComsey, school superintendent Tim Hagedorn, school board member Kay Schmidt, architect Dean Marske from HKG Architects, school board member Brian Robbennolt, student council president Alli Lake (John and Bridget), school business manager Barb Everson, school board member Paul Kellogg, school board president Matt Cronin, and school board member Ryan Lake. Construction will begin during the next week, weather permitting.
Runners and walkers will put on costumes Saturday morning to help fight breast cancer.
The third annual family walk/run is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 12 in Gettysburg starting at the track at Battler Field. Registration runs from 8 to 8:55 a.m. with the race starting at 9 a.m.
Funds raised at the event stay in the Gettysburg area to help fight breast cancer. This year a free will offering will be held to raise funds to help Lila Hericks with her treatment expenses. There will also be raffle tickets sold for a chance to win two Chi Flat Irons in a drawing at the end of the race.
To add to the fun in the spirit of Halloween, everyone is encouraged to wear costumes for the event, and prizes will be awarded for different categories for both adults and children.
Anyone and everyone may register, and although you can create your own team, teams are not required to participate.
Registration forms are available at the Vibe Salon, the GHS office, and Vilas. People can still register on Saturday morning, but t-shirt sizes will be distributed on availability on a first-come basis.
For more information, contact Kelsey Fischer at VIBE salon.
The flu season is right around the corner, and now is the time to take steps to stay healthy by getting an influenza shot.
Shots will be offered at the Community Care Clinic in Gettysburg on Tuesday, Oct. 15 from 9 to 11:45 a.m. and in the afternoon from 1 to 4:45 p.m. They will also be available at the same time on Thursday, Oct. 17.
There is a fee for the shots, and you are asked to call the clinic at 765-2273 to schedule an appointment.
The regular meeting of the Gettysburg School Board will be Monday, Oct. 14 at 7:30 p.m. in the elementary school library.
Discussion items on the agenda include the new school, approve contract and open enrollment, recognize home school applications, pilot Black Hills online, administrative reports, and executive session for student issues.
The meetings are open to the public and all those interested are welcome to attend.
The Gettysburg Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony for the grand opening of the Medicine Rock Cafe and Rock Pub on Friday afternoon. Pictured are (standing, back row) Rock staff Dusty Lechette, Troy Tennant, and Norman Kessel. Pictured from left are Kim Sheehan of Great Western Bank, Rock staff Ardelle Berglund, Imelda Simon of Bank of the West, Rock staff Candace DeRouchey, Gayle Kludt of Gettysburg Whitlock Bay Development Corporation, Rock staff Sandy Fasse, Medicine Rock proprietor Amy Hartung, Rock staff Karen Willey, Trish Jost, Caitlyn Carter, Lillian Peltier, Chamber president Angelia Hiles, Rock staff Jenna Berglund, Hannah Beetsch, Cora Zweber, and Lacey Westphal of the Potter County News. The Medicine Rock Cafe and Pub is located on east US Hwy 212 in Gettysburg and is open from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. Call 765-2894 for take out orders and stop by the pub to meet the gang and enjoy Tippin’ Time.
Cleopha Hall, 83, of Gettysburg died on Tuesday, Oct. 1, 2013 at the Avera Oahe Manor, Gettysburg.
A memorial service will be held 2 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 2, at the United Methodist Church, Gettysburg with Pastor Jeff Adel officiating. Burial will follow in the Gettysburg Cemetery.
Cleopha Ann (Zimmerman) Hall was born May 23, 1930 at the Green Lake Ranch in Lincoln Township, to Mable (Trimble) and Bruce Zimmerman. She attended Gettysburg Schools.
She married Walter (Dale) Hall at Pierre and had six children together.
Cleo was active in Rebekah Lodge, on the local, district and state levels, receiving the “Decoration of Chivalry” in June 1978. She was a tour chaperone for the U.N. Pilgrimage Educational Tours, sponsored by the Odd Fellow and Rebekah Lodges, for the years 1973, 1976, 1978, and 1979.
Cleo was an active member of the Methodist Mother’s Club that was organized in 1950, and participated in many other church activities.
Cleo was a site manager at the Ben-Anne Apartments in Gettysburg under Specker Enterprises and APC Management for over 10 years. She also worked at the Medicine Rock for 20+ years.
Cleo enjoyed her children, her grandchildren, her work, square dancing, social dancing, roller skating, traveling, and painting.
She moved to Pierre in 2003. She worked in the lunch program at McKinley school until she moved back to the Villa in August of 2013 due to failing health and a 15 year battle with Leukemia.
She was preceded in death by her parents; one sister, Arlene Jager; three brothers, Elmer, George, and Milton (Slick) Zimmerman; and one son, Pat Hall.
She is survived by her children, Perry (Jean) Hall, Sioux Falls, SD; Robin Hall, Apache Junction, AZ; Roylin Hall, Watertown, SD; Joann (Peter) Stoddard, Huber Heights, OH; and Lana (Mel) Holzwarth, Gettysburg, SD, 15 grandchildren, and 11 great grandchildren.
Luce Funeral Home of Gettysburg has been entrusted with Cleopha’s arrangements. (www.familyfuneralhome.net)
The Potter County Lady Battlers went the distance to defeat the Sully Buttes Lady Chargers during volleyball action at home on Oct. 1.
The match went to a tie breaking fifth set when the Lady Battlers won the first two and the Onida opponents took the next pair. The Lady Battlers moved their win-loss record up another notch to 13 and 3 so far on the season.
They played Herreid-Selby at home on Tuesday, and host the Battler Tournament on Saturday starting at 10 a.m. Next week they host Cheyenne-Eagle Butte on Oct. 15, and hit the road on Oct. 17 for Mellette to take on Northwestern. The week night matches start at 6:30 p.m.
Stats vs. Sully Buttes at home
25-22, 25-12, 17-26, 18-25, 15-8
Serving: Sully Buttes 85-91 5 aces (Brianna Hyde 21-22 4 aces); Potter County 93-96 12 aces (Destry Nafziger 17-18 5 aces, Morgan VanderVorst 19-20 3 aces, Tara Heuer 19-19 2 aces).
Hitting: Sully Buttes 111-129 39 kills (Karlea Stahl 24-38 17 kills, Chloe Lamb 30-33 10 kills); Potter County 151-166 43 kills (Alli Lake 45-54 13 kills, Alyssa Haberer 22-23 10 kills, Regan Everson 36-38 9 kills).
Setting: Sully Buttes 126-131 37 assists (Kayla Nelson 126-131 37 assists); Potter County 112-112 33 assists (Megan Schrempp 110-110 33 assists).
Digs: Sully Buttes 60 (Stahl 19, Deidre Lamb 12); Potter County 61 (Everson 20, VanderVorst 14, Lake 11).
Blocks: Sully Buttes 9 (Stahl 5); Potter County 3 (Haberer 2).
Records: Sully Buttes 14-6; Potter County 13-3.
JV Match: Sully Buttes 23-25, 25-23, 15-10.